Dead End

Synopsis: It is the height of summer and the reality show "his heart's choice" is just about to launch its third season. Zacky Reibenbach, the show's creator, knows that without a really good gimmick, there is no way he will repeat the success of the previous two seasons. Until he recalls his film student Yehuda Konitz. Yehuda has been documenting the rehabilitation of his friend Eitan for the past three years after the latter went blind under strange circumstances during his military service. His unique rehabilitation process was developed by Yael, Eitan's personal trainer and Yehuda's girlfriend. Yael is Eitan's eyes, and with her he is a true phenomenon, and this is exactly what Reibenbach is looking for. Yehuda doesn't have much faith in TV. He wants to make "a different film," a film from the point of view of someone who cannot see. But for this he needs $50,000, and what are the chances that someone will buy "a different film" from him? So when Reibenbach the ratings magician offers him to
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Dror Sabo
  2 wins.
90 min

Do you have a new band?

- I wish.


Don't run.

Let's get out of here.

Do something.

To the van.

What are you up to?

What are you doing? Let me out.

Take him away.


Come on, come on.

Keep going. Hold on.

Open the door.

Hurry, go inside. Go.

Why didn't you open the door?

We could've been dead.

Stop it, let him go.

Hey, knock it off.

Come on, enough.

Oh no, I pissed my pants.

- Don't worry about it.

It's going to be okay, you hear?

Lie down.

Get us out of here. Drive.

He's bleeding a lot.

Tim, are you alright?

- Yeah.

There must be houses around here.

What do you want to do?

Sid is losing too much blood.

Shall we go?

Take the flashlight.

Tim, I love you.

- We'll be right back.

How's it going? Stay with us.

Ben, are you alright?

- Yes.

Let's get the others.

Go in the house, now.

- Come on.

Put him down.

Calm down, calm down.

See if there's anyone who can help us.

- I'll go. Who else?

I'll go with you.

Sid, look at me.

Calm down and look at me.

Sid, stay with us.

Give him some space.

Calm down.

- Give him some breathing space.

I am.

- You don't have to yell.

I'm not yelling.

Stay calm. That's right.

Calm down, calm down.

We found a kitchen with a fire burning.

Let's go there.

This way. Next to the fire

Relax, relax. Listen, damn it.

Stay calm, you have to stay calm.

Do you hear me?

How are you doing, dear?

Are you okay?

Listen. Listen to me.

I'm here.

Everything is going to be alright.

We can't get out of here.

If the dogs belong to this estate,

they could still be out there.

We'll stay till it's light.

And hope someone finds us.


- Someone went upstairs.

Did you call out?

- Of course. No answer.

There are people upstairs.

Let's all go look.

Who's going to carry him?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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